Hogan Lovells launches free online legal tool providing an overview of IP law
Hogan Lovells’ intellectual property (IP) team has launched LimeGreen IP — a free online legal tool with answers to frequently asked questions from around the world on patents, trademarks, copyrights and technology.
According to the firm, LimeGreen IP is a concise and easy-to-use site providing an overview of IP law and related procedures, and how these differ from country to country.
Topics include the trademark application process, trademark litigation, anti-counterfeiting, customs watch applications, unfair competition, patent litigation, the Unified Patent Court and copyright protection.
Hogan Lovells said it hopes LimeGreen IP will assist organisations in unravelling the complex matrices of IP laws in their key markets.
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